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Los Angeles Times
Souplantation, the popular buffet-style dining brand founded in San Diego 42 years ago, is closing all of its restaurants permanently, a casualty of the coronavirus pandemic that is likely to be the death knell for all self-serve eateries.
Souplantation's owner says there was no way the restaurants’ longtime self-serve model could survive in the era of COVID-19
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Gingey May 7
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zerodark2 May 7
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This wont be the last historical place to be closed for ever after this virus is over. This is just a start sadly
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Adam M May 7
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Terribly sad
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Chago May 7
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This is sad
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𝚗. May 7
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oh hell no..... 💔
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lupe🍒 May 8
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I am so heart broken 🥺😫
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meg wallace May 7
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Ugh! That is awful 😢😢😢
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PPitstop May 7
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Honestly was never a fan of this place, but feel very sad for the employees losing their jobs. That's a lot of people needing work.
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laura s jennings May 7
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fond memories of spinach salad with hot bacon dressing and a baked potato
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paulosantos May 7
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🙏🏼💔 ....will surface again.i am sure,with some help,stronger than never.🌄
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